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Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Sep 8, 2010.

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  1. godof71

    godof71 New Member

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    Just ordered these from End clothing. Roll on the Fedex van arriving on monday.
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  2. godof71

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    I've tried several times in the past emailing Superdenim with no success,so your not alone with not getting a reply.
     


  3. seer

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    I guess they do not want our trade!
     


  4. seer

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    Those are nice, I was looking at them myself!
     


  5. Kuznetsov

    Kuznetsov Well-Known Member

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    Superdenim and their Marrkt spin off have possibly the worst customer service of any shop in the U.K. I purchased a cabourn shirt form them and on of the press studs fell off within a day of wearing. Luckily my mother is a professional dressmaker and managed to fix it with a minimum of fuss but I sent them an email anyway and still 6 months later I have not had a reply. It is much better to use the "live chat" function on their site.
     


  6. Ian L

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    Submit this as a case through eBay. Explain all the mis-matches between description and physical shoes. Dont forget to Include your request for refund.
     


  7. seer

    seer Senior member

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    First, like I mentioned I purchased a pair of Grasmere boot. I had Shoe Healer put on micro soles. Rich and the Michelle are a pleasure to deal with - as you all know. I never had the 4497 last before and when I tried them on the were quite tight across the instep. So much so that I put them up for sale on eBay. There were no takers. So I said the heck with it - I used a heavy pair of wool socks and did a 4 mile hike in 5 inches of fresh snow. Then I shoveled for a couple of hours. The boots broke in great! They are quite light and became extremely comfortable . And the leather is near impervious to water and snow (though there is a coat of Filson boot oil on them). The micro sole worked great in snow - better than my Dainite soles and they don’t track in snow like lug soles. I am so glad that no one bought them when I had them up for bid. A superior boot! I think we will be friends for a long time....


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    BTW - I have a pair of Trickers Burtons, Expresso color, UK9 double leather soles with box and bags with less that 30 wears. If any one is interested.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Trickers-Bu...5945584?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item257ae9ff70
     
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  8. Andreas1965

    Andreas1965 Well-Known Member

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    Hi seer,

    similar experience here... I received my Stow boots on a double leather sole on friday. First impression was great (I have quite low feet). Put them on to walk around in the house for a short time. After about 15 minutes they felt very narrow in the heels, and I thought they might give me serious blisters.
    So this morning I put them on and went to the grocery store, after that had a coffee at my local Star****, all in all maybe 2 hours on my feet.
    What can I say? They really softened up and now I'm ready to take them out to the bar tonight.

    Very good boots.
     


  9. seer

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    Yes, I was surprise how well and easily they broke in! And don't let any one throw up on your new boots! ; )
     


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    Hey about to place an order, but wanted to confirm my feelings on sizing and hope you guys can confirm my thoughts.

    In Alden Hampton last I wear US 10
    In Barrie last boot i wear a US 9 1/2
    In most tennis shoes (Nike, Asics, etc) i wear a US 10 1/2

    If I'm getting a shoe built on the Country 4444 last I should go with a UK 8 1/2 or UK 9?

    Any input would be helpful just want to solidify my decision.

    Thanks for the help in advanced guys much appreciated.
     
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  11. dddrees

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    Nice
     


  12. seer

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    I'm a Barrie last US10 and the UK9 works good for me in the 5 fitting. The UK 8 1/2 should be good for you, though I could have gone to a UK 9 1/2 - I have wide feet.
     


  13. zippyh

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    I take 10.5US Barrie and 9.5UK on 4444/4497.

    The 4444 is probably going to be wide enough for you in 8.5UK but the question is the length.
     


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    afixedpoint Crossfit

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    I take a 9UK on the 4497, 9 on Barrie longwings, 9.5 on Barrie boots

    the 4497 has generous width, but i need the 9UK for the length
     
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